How to call the imperative apex method from connectedCallback() in LWC?

1.0K    Asked by dipesh_9001 in Salesforce , Asked on May 16, 2023

I want to call an imperative method in connectedCallback() because at the time of lwc loading I want to prepopulate some data into lwc.

I am returning wrapper class data from the apex. Trying the below snippet of code to get that in js but in error also not able to get anything.it's not going to result at all. Can anyone help me through this?

APEX : 

@AuraEnabled public static personDataWrapper       getPersonTimeZone(Id loanReqId) {     Loan_Request__c lr =         [ select Id, Name, Leads__c, Account__c, Account__r.Name, Leads__r.Timezone__c, Leads__r.FirstName,           Leads__r.LastName,           Status__c from Loan_Request__c where Id =:loanReqId ];     personDataWrapper pdw = new personDataWrapper();          if(lr.Leads__c != NULL){       pdw.personName = lr.Leads__r.FirstName + ' ' + lr.Leads__r.LastName;     }else{       pdw.personName = lr.Account__r.Name;     }     pdw.timezoneValue = lr.Leads__r.Timezone__c;     pdw.loanRequestName = lr.Name;     pdw.currentDt = system.now().adddays(1);     if (lr.Status__c.contains('Closed')) {       pdw.isLRClosed = true;     } else {       pdw.isLRClosed = false;     }     return pdw;   } public   class personDataWrapper {     @AuraEnabled public String personName {       get;       set;     }     @AuraEnabled public String timezoneValue {       get;       set;     }     @AuraEnabled public String loanRequestName {       get;       set;     }     @AuraEnabled public Boolean isLRClosed {       get;       set;     }     @AuraEnabled public DateTime currentDt {       get;       set;     }   }
LWC :   
connectedCallback() {     console.log('In connected call back function....');     getPersonZone({loanReqId: this.recordId})         .then(result => {           console.log(result.records[0].personName);           /* console.log('In connected call back result....');            this.loanrequestdata = result;            console.log('The loanrequestdata ' + this.loanrequestdata);            console.log(                '==result.Leads__r.FirstName===' + loanrequestdata.personName);            this.timeZone = this.loanrequestdata.timezoneValue;            if (this.loanrequestdata.personName != null &&                this.loanrequestdata.personName != '') {              this.title =                  'Callback for Loan Inquiry ' + this.loanrequestdata.personName;            }            this.dateTimeFieldValue = this.loanrequestdata.currentDt;*/         })         .catch(error => {           console.log('In connected call back error....');           this.error = error;           console.log('Error is ' + this.error);         }); }
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Answered by Diya tomar
To call imperative apex method from connectedCallback() in LWC -
Here's the culprit: console.log(result.records[0].personName);

getPersonTimeZone returns a single instance of personDataWrapper class, which doesn't have a records property, so doing result.records[0] you're trying to access an undefined parameter, thus the exception.

By the way, console.log() takes a list of objects to output, so there is no need to concatenate them as string, you could and should pass them as different parameters so you'll never see again [object Object]. The same goes for console.info(), console.warn(), console.error() and so on.

connectedCallback() { console.log('In connected call back function....'); getPersonZone({loanReqId: this.recordId}) .then((result) => { console.log(result.personName); /* console.log('In connected call back result....'); this.loanrequestdata = result; console.log('The loanrequestdata ' + this.loanrequestdata); console.log('==result.Leads__r.FirstName===' + loanrequestdata.personName); this.timeZone = this.loanrequestdata.timezoneValue; if (this.loanrequestdata.personName && this.loanrequestdata.personName.length > 0) { this.title = 'Callback for Loan Inquiry ' + this.loanrequestdata.personName; } this.dateTimeFieldValue = this.loanrequestdata.currentDt;*/ }) .catch((error) => { console.log('In connected call back error....'); this.error = error; // This way you are not to going to see [object Object] console.log('Error is', this.error); }); }

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